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Offline Andy Chee

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I prefer nukemap:

https://nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/

Maneuvering asteroids into a desired trajectory, isn't as practical as building a nuclear weapon.
 
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Offline Kim Christensen

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I feel that both those underestimate the true devastation. Especially the asteroid one.
 

Offline Faranight

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I just tested it on Moscow. It works.
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Offline RJSV

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Way things are going, best not to do this (thread).   That is to say, snarky 'jokes' are literally actual hate speech, packaged as snarky.  Classic response is maybe you talk about YOUR MOTHER that way....ha ha ha ha

I know I'm no saint, when it comes to self-control, here.  I post some inappropriate stuff before, but maybe Readers here can forgive my 'scolding' tone!

Hate speech is OK, against Hitler...
Blah blah.

now...continue on, if you please
 

Offline Andy Chee

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I feel that both those underestimate the true devastation. Especially the asteroid one.
For verification, I simulated a 0.5kT nuke in the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. 

Its calculation of damage radius, injuries, and cloud height, are in the ballpark with the actual results from the 2020 port explosion.  Crater size was underestimated, fatalities were overestimated.
 

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Hmm, I just sent an asteroid to the middle of a pacific ocean. It made a huge crater in the water. I wonder, how that works.  ???
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Hmm, I just sent an asteroid to the middle of a pacific ocean. It made a huge crater in the water. I wonder, how that works.  ???
I'd imagine the crater dimensions would be the equivalent of the size of the water depression pushed away by the blast pressure. 

Once the blast pressure dissipates, the water would simply flow back into and reoccupy the space.
 


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